Anne Fullerton was on a mission. Enticed by the latest culinary crave for wild food, she decided to take on the challenge of preparing a dinner entirely sourced from urban wilderness.
To do so she needed a guide to take her through the abandoned areas of Sydney and to point at the edible possibilities under her own [...]
below is an extract from the article By Sheridan Randall, as it appeared on the latest edition of Open House Magazine, an online and printed publication for the food industry.
Read here the full article> thanks Sheridan
Plants gone wild
Sydney-based foraging expert Diego Bonetto was involved in last year’s Wild Chef Challenge, part of the Sydney [...]
The lovely Marissa published an article about my work on DasSuperPaper, a free Australia-wide magazine.
Here’s the introduction:
As the global pace of urbanisation accelerates and the world’s
agricultural resources diminish, Diego Bonetto’s use of organic
material and exploration of agrarian botanical themes emphasise
key eco concerns such as temporality, the fragility of nature, the
randomness and the impermanence of life. While [...]
wow, the list just does not stop!
OK OK, let’s start with this below, straight copy+paste from the TWOTHOUSAND site, and online magazine/trend setter from Sydney.
You gave a tour this past Saturday in Darlington, which was fun and cheeky, light yet underpinned by big issues.
The article below was written by Nadia Saccardo, as part of the drumming-up [...]
Working in Venice at the moment, assisting Cordeiro+Healy in their contribution to the Biennale.
In the occasional spare time you go around looking for ancient trees and secret gardens.
In the mean time this article was suggested by Lucas:
Becoming native to this large place
All around the countryside, growers of various nationalities have been working hard. Turkish, Italian, Somalian, [...]